Sidney gets a "B" in her report card and she believes it's the end of the world. Malcom decides to plant Scorn into her wristwatch where he will control Sidney's hand. Sidney ends up causing trouble ...
Industrialist Carl Ziktor's virtual alter-ego Grimlord worked on the creation of an army made of warrior robots. And, before he became missing for two years, Ryan Steel's father worked with... See full summary »
Sam Collins is a typical teen (with a talent for programming video games) who's the leader of a rock band. One day, at practice, he is the victim of a sudden energy surge. He become a character in one of his games, named "Servo". Meanwhile, Malcolm Fricke, discovers a strange program in HIS computer, named "Kilokahn", which is a military Artificial Intelligence program, now presumed destroyed in the energy surge. Now Sam, Sydney, Tanker and Amp (later Lucky) must fight Kilokahn in cyberspace while keeping everything hush-hush.Written by
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There were five American settings used, not including the Japanese footage... they were Sam's Basement, The High School Hallway, The High School Cafeteria, Malcom's Closet, and the Cockpit (1 location used for 3 different vehicles). See more »
"Next thing you know, you'll tell us we really speak japanese!"
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To cash in on the success of the extremely cheesy Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, USA Network ran their own rendition of crime fighting youths that would duke it out with some random villain on a cheesy set that dared not hide its blatant replications of the sets of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.
The story involved a pack of teenage friends led by Sam Collins who often spent time in his basement tracking the digital villain, Kilokahn. Each episode had a generic story line in which somehow, Sam or one of his friends find out that Kilokahn was up to no good, after which Sam (in digital form) would make like a transformer and go up against the electronic nemesis. The formula was: Sam and his friends are doing something fun...then oops! Kilokahn...then fight Kilokahn...then happy ending. Sam's friends were like assisting Mighty Morphin Power Ranger types, each with their own skill.
Frankly, if you were not a teenage girl watching this for its young star, Matthew Lawrence, I could not possibly fathom anyone else who would want to see it.
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